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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Section Ofie- Pages 1 to 12 20-PAGES TODAY-20 j THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 63 C. E. Myers Appears Before In- dianapolis Federal Grand Jury As Witness. COURT ADJOURNS THIS AFTERNOON TO JAN. 3 Only the Groundwork Has Bsen Completed For Receiv- ing Dec. When the federal grand jury in- vestigating the alleged dynamite conspiracy adjourns late this af- ternoon until Jan. it will have completed only the preliminary stages of work. UD to the present it has heard evidence con- necting certain members of the executive committee of the Inter- national Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers the explosions on jobs operated by the National Erectors' association. If nas established the connection between certain intimate friends of J. J. McNamara explosions but has not tried to determine wheth- er the explosions were Dnancefl from outside sources. .This work will he taken up after the holidays. of today's session of the federal was devoted to complet- ing the chain of evidence against the men 'who aire for the transfer of high explosives through Ohio and other states. This evidence is conclusive it is asserted. Claude E. chief of police where 540 pounds of dynamite was found in a barn the day after the arrest of John J. Namara in Indianapolis on April the .chief witness before the fefteral jury in the investiga- tion of the dynamiting eonsDiranr. He was among those from whom I was the-investigators ed to learn facts as to besides the McNamaras and Ortie were implicated particularly in the explosions In. QJiio and to carry on which the stores af explosives at Tiffin were used as- a base of supplies. InfaraaticB was said to have obtained by District Attorney Chas Miller that the explosions were directed from McNarnara's headquar- ters in where as sec- retary-treasurer of the International Association of Bridge and Structur- al Iron he had his although the suggestion for the de- struction of property erected by firms employing non-union men came orig- inally from the city -where the ex- plosiens afterward took place. In connection with. Chief Myers it was learned the dis- trict office had accumu- lated important data relative to local conditions in Ihe score of cities where structures were blown up in the last five years. Mother is Dying. Dec. Mary mother of James and John confessed dy- is slowly dying at her home in this the home that her con- vict sons helped to build for her. That Mrs. McNamara is crushed in spirit because her boys had admit- ted their and may not survive many was the opinion ex- pressed Friday by Rev. John Hickey. pastor of Unchurch which she at- tended. Mrs. McNamara had plan- ned to go to California to visit her sons during the Christmas but OB account of her condition the trip has been deferred. Supreme Court Adjourns. 0.. Dec. state supreme court adjo.irned today for holiday week It will probably re- convene Jan. 2. AMERICAN OFFICIAL OF FINALLY DISMISSED AT RUSSIA'S BEHEST American of Persia Dismissed at the De- mand of the Czar. ATWOOD HIT MARB1.HHEVD Dec. 22 V An-.'i- or St Louis- Xew Yo k cro-s-' fl'gut haj the escape of his career v.r.en. an alti- tude of 2.000 teet testing a. new he a m the ah and p'unged down- ward. Death seemed ieuam but hen 500 from the ground he regaiaei tontrol of the machine ard i-ai'ed with a he flew SO landing m the and driving the machine to the beach so that he and his passenger stepped ashore without wetting their feet. PEOPLE BECOME ANGRY START DEMONSTRATION More Trouble Is Expected When Action Becomes Gen- erally TEHERAN Dec 22 todaj yielded to the demands of Rus- sia that W Morgan the Amer- ican be dismissed. This action is in dhect opposition to the people -who have loyally supported Hitchcock Will Give Them Day Off After The Holidays Are Over. Dec. rest OHIO WOMEN DO NOT WANT VOTE. HE FINDS SUGGESTS PUNFDRNWN .A PSADDLES' A. P. secretary of the Ohio state board of recently sent to representative him. Shusier immediately resigned. for postoffice on the ounrna Violent anti-Russian demonstrations j prevailed early today. Placaids were posted over the city by the people urg- range to ing that the last diop of blood be shed and frt tli A in defense o-f Shuster. The fact that cne Postmaster Postmasters were notified to ar- mail Christmas day have to work Sunf'av Says They Should Be Picked After Primary From Lead- ing Republicans. ROOSEVELT AGAIN IS ENDORSED AS LEADER Former President Denies Gif ford Pinchot Will Speak For Him b other pertinent subjects Jefferson And Tusearawas Have Been For The Past Three Years. Dec. compiled in Ohio on sixteen counties which had voted on the liquor county option question this fall indicate that up to this time there has been a gain of in the vote and the- two Jefferson and Tuseara- which went in Thursday's will raise this figure consid- erably. Only one went with an increased the oth- Shuster has aow been dismissed not yet been made known to the Per- _ heavier than ever before. sian public as outbreaks are feaied. Persia has submitted to every de- mand made by Russia it is although no official announcement of another One of them to who re- COLUMBUS. Dec. Walter state chairman of the republican has come out for time in a statement issued after numer- ous conferences with Taft and La- Follette supporters at the state capital. _ This statement comes just at tha time when New York dispatches indi- cate that yield to a as the republican standard as my v couldn't take care indicated in the giving out in that citr Rush Is On. Commissioner Moore Will Look Into Charge of Violating insurance Law. Although the rush at the local post t office during the last few has the action has been givea out. It is. been exceedingly heavy the believed that a new and carriers have succeeded in ore- 1 will be secured from America or venting much of the mail pile up on European country. The new officia them. Carr'ers on the long out skirt cannot take until rnutes pressed mish carts in- England and Russia have confirmed to and loaded these down with mail and parcels It made the delivery mtich less tiresome. In the local express parcels of every description are piled higa- er three which went being great- went at once to tne state ly reduced. terward Mr. Ra Jefferson county voted by ing while the lost Tuscarawas by about Thursday. Tuscarawas which three 22.-.Insur- ance inspector E. H. Moore received a formal complaint against the Ohio Bankers' in which the as- sociation was charged witht and selllfig fife a'noHnirglary in- surance without complying with the required formalities of the state in- teurance laws. Word of the developments was car- ried to Stacy B.. secretary of the Ohio Bankers' association and he se. terward Mr. Rankin made the follow- his appointment. Shuster did not express any as- tonishment over the action of parlia- ment. He declared he was Perfect- satisfied to withdraw provided er than ever before even though mora Persian parliament was convinced I workers and wagons are in use than in that such action was necessary for the welfare of Persia. A messenger _ from parliament carried the notice to Shwster in a formal note. He re- plied with his resignation in v.'hich he thanked the members of parlia- ment for standing Joyallj and only yielding when the inde- pendence of Persia was threatened. Who Shuster Is. Morgan Shuster has been a central fig- ure in governmental disturbances al- most constantly since he reached his majority. Shuster was born in this city thirty- four years ago. When he went to the have been state agent for a Central High school he was captain of glary insurance company for a num- ber of years and have also represent- the football team and was colonel of the cadets. When he was graduated years ago returned a pluiality ed fidelity insurance companies that from the High school he entered the of went heavily With one did a large business with banks of j law office of Calderon one of precinct the majority the state. As the paid employe of' Washington's most prominent attor- was The cast votes and the The election was featured by nu- merous complaints of illegal voting I the Ohio Bankers' 1 did neys. not feel that my service as agent He picked up stenography in his should be made to yield me a spare and in when the but that the earning from that peace commission went to Cuba to es- by both sides. Prosecuting Attoiney j source belonged to the tablish a new gove-i young Wright was kept busy answering j This has been understood plainly be- Shaster went along as questions regarding the Kimble cer- tween the previous state officers and He had been in the islands little nipt act The charged to myself and the association officpI s more than a when his real ability Wright that the in Tuscarawas and the premiums on any insurance I began to assert itself and he was ap- were hauling voters to the polls by the written by me have been pointed auditor of with 01 ders wagon luad and demanded arrests. turned into the treasury of the Ohio An investigation proved that coal min- j bankers. ers weie paying a man to haul them i to the threatened trou- ble when a preacher within the limits of jo.t-irifr d-e- claring that Belmont county went The made no demonstration of any kind when the result was learned. The had planned a big parade. Canal Dover gave the a ma- jority of 711. The vote 324. Three years ago the city went by 409. New Phila- delphia gave the a majority of 458. The total vote was 2.086 Three years ago the vote 1.098. 996. which was considered the town m the lived up to expectations The there lost by but three years ago the won by 729. The vote in Uhrichs- ville 347. NEW Dec. jamin F. former United States senator from and for the past half century a prominent figure in the political and commercial life of this died at his home here. He was in his 77th year. Learned of Former heart's Marriage And Shot Himself After Attack. Dec. Elrov prominent 4ub here suddenly today of heart fail in e i She was the first woman elected to public office in that of member i j of this Cleveland board of education. Mrs. Avery was prominent in the P. A. One Shopping Day to Christmas HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN ANYTHING 1 GE.T IT TODAY to straighten out the tangled financial system that had grown more and more cumbersome during the years of Span- ish control. When he finished this task to the satisfaction of the administration he was appointed collector of customs. A few months after he assumed his new duties Secretary of War sent him to the Philippines as collector of customs. Although little more tfean a he soon became a close adviser of Gov. and in 1906. at the recommenda- tion of the present he -was any previous year. J. W. local agent for the United States Ex- press Co Friday declared that the business nandled here this year by his was half rgain as large as last year. as some are wont to shopping this year m Sandusky has been lighter because of the sloa- py the amount of parcels handled through foe local post of- fice and the express companies' bus- iness does not show it. LUMBER CO. AT HURON TO TAKE FRIES PLANT Dec. Fries Lumber of was incor- porated today With capital stock by Frank George B. E. N. E. Peters and Robert G- McCre'ady. The company is to take over the lumber business of the late Valentine Fries estate. j upon the campaign contributions of K. H. Harriman in 1904. for which publi- cation at this time there seams to be no other rei Crowd UIUWU Against Alleg- ed Slayer. rli a QASE GOES TO THE Trial HPS Rppn HfliYJ Midi DGen narti rOUgnt From THP Rpcrinnino- i ium I lie Declining dfVt h Nnw Awaifprl UIU Ib iNOW is in a receptive mood as a possible candidate. At the same time a dispatch. Jfrom i Oyster Bay tells of the colonel denj- j ing that he has given Gifford Piti- 1 chot or any other progressive Mean the right to announce in Ohio- during the week of progressive es that he is not a candidate. It was said after the conference be- tween Brown and Vorys and later witu Packier that whoever was taken as progressive candidate by Olpo would receive the solid support of the progressives of tha which indicated that the orig- final followers of LaPollette were- rea- t dy to jump from his bandwagon into that of Roosevelt if they have the chance laid upon them. Brown's statement the interest of the republican state and county tickets te I shall submit for the consideration the state central committee the fol- lowing That the state convention fop of a state ticket st week in or about after the republican national The case Avhich the state of Ohio may or may not have made against Dominic suspected of kill- ing Antonio Viscario at Kelleys Island j convention. This plan will make it goes to the jury late Friday j possible for Ohio republicans to uom- after two full days of argument by the a state ticket representing the attorneys. It has been one of the hardest fought cases eVer witnessed in the common pleas say those who have followed trials closely. ln mg out the and present-' ing what were considered the merits of the horrible mystery to the twelve good men and the attorneys have used all thj natural and acquired skill. Attorney for the Thurs- day talked for five reviewing whole party instead of a as well as to ratify the action of the Chicago convention botn as plat- form and candidate. That delegates-at-Iarge to the Chicago under the call of the national committee they cannot be selected at a partv primary elected as soon as practicable after .May the primary flxed by by a. small convention corn- nosed of delegates chosen solely for the and piling fact up-1 that Purpose. Such a in my should and would fol-- Dec. President Emilio Eatrada died ueie suddenly today. He was elected pres- ident in and took office Jan. of this year. Franz Joseph Better. Dec. Franz Joseph is greatly improved according official announcement from the palace The emperor's attendants that hb on fact in an endeavor to bury the de- fendant under the mass of tes- timony. Attorney George XV. Jlitter for the in his able had taken up three hours and a and had not concluded his argument when the Friday noon adjournment Tvas taken. Attorney Beis in his argument late defied Attorney Ritter to ad- vance a single theory that would rec- oncile the facts in the case with the innocence of the defendants. Attorney Hitter's only reply to this challenge was the statement that thet Berlaina made secretary of public instruction. He staited in life to law- but found as years went along that he got further from home and his law so he finaPy decided to sever connection with the government. He came to Washington and opened law offices. In a few months built UD a fair but before he jgot established President Taft again i called him from his law desk. The jpeisian Roveinment had asked Secre- tary Knox to recommend a young American who could untingle the cha- otic financial that had been born in ignoiance and nourished on gi aft Shuster consented to take the posi- tion for three yars at an annual sal- ary of He picked out half a j American packed up bus littie left his law office in the hands of his partners and lioie turned eyes toward the 20. As soon as Shuster took hold of the lumblmgs began to be heard from St. Petersburg and London. Shuster could not be bought ending at would not be btowbeaten. has been in a serious condition. Ed Harms broke up his daughter's romance w ith the letter carrier when he discovered he was a democrat. Rain to- and probably slightly colder Saturday af- fernoon. the usual party select as without conspicuous party leaders re- gardless of their individual prefer- relying upon them to give prop- er consideration to the sentiment or Ohio republicans as expressed in tha election of district delegates ia tha district primary. conferring with the secretary I am sure that such a pbn can be worked out in harmony with the call of the_ republican national committee and election laws of brothers may killed Viscario Ohio. I submitted the foregoing he did not attempt to j to Messrs. Vorys and Packler. repre- how the Berlaina brothers met their j Denting the partisans of fatt and La- i and hope that to this extent Boldly accepting as the all Ohio can agree. mony of the state's blood presidential issue under such J. G. of J plan would be referred directly to tua Ritter Friday spoke of vote of the republican electors in the in this part of which district primaries which could not fail went to show innocence to make clear the prevailing sentiment Selvaggio. Some of the said jof the party to have originated from were I which has comp to me older than recording to Dr.j recently in hundreds of unsolicited Snenzer's said the attor-I ters and otherwise convinces mp more nev Klawetch and Selvaggioi than ever that the rank and file of killed the two men the same niarhCas the republicans in Ohio and throtigh- the state why should the j out the countrv believe the only re- blood spots indicate that they publican who can lead party to ed .it a different i success next year is Colonel Koose- say that S-'vaggio and Kla-' velt. T reiterate this not hecansp wetch had between Sson and with me any pleasure to do bnr when arrested at because any other statement What of The money was theirs be arosslv insincere It is not uncommon for Italian inatnlitv of the party j on any definite plin means progressives send an an- i borers of their kinJ 10 save that much to Temperature at 7 a. one year to Chicago th.v Sun rises at 6.54 a m. and land he Continued. seis at p m. The attornej for the defense re- Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours viewed the of uit- noon eight miles telling vhat he thought every southwest at 1 15 Thursday afternoon otl Page and that means a fight between tbo Taft followers and the nrosressivea in every sec1 ion of the Dec. Elizabeth a bride of a da.v. lies at the point of deatb. and John Fo once her sweetheart is m a dangerous condition fr'om self-in- icted wounds as a result of jealousj.r Fodor shot Mrs Blr.z earlv today and cornered by angry neigh- who pursued turned the revolver on himself. As Eliza- beth Bodosli. a the woman had been on friendlv terms with Fo- dor before he left Cleveland for Chi- cago. Then she met and yes- terday married him. this and. learnng of the immediately sought the bride and shot her. Set Fire to first Betting fire to the home of his from whom he had been Tames 53. committed suicide here today by shooting himself through the according to the police The Dre in Hoy Lome was discovered at 3 o'clock this morning and body was found some time later. HEEE IS JUfiY THAT WILL SIT IN JTJBaiffiXT OX TEX BEEF PACKERS FACIKa CELLS IN GOVEENTEENT CASE CHARGING COXSPIKACY TO DEFEAT ANTI-TEUST LAWS SHOPPING CROWDS ABE BIG AND HOLIDAY PREPARATIONS GO ON. DESPITE THE RAW WHITE CHRISTMAS While the weat. er ia making no stance tho chances for a Cliiiotmis are not onght. A-'o .t t.ie only cjld in the was .-eported ar -i iaj Dodge Cit .in j this above xei o fhc-.v is general rain and ti'o forecast for aaturcay is and business was reported good. Tbo L st -iajo rjis i .nsh Q' which oiitmuo .atil Hi'' loois are Sat'inlay Whil-1 ho be jn n Santo Clai.s will br- For a number of and cut Id will hold forth at I'lc r-esldcnc- Fanni1 baskets vitt t' II OP handed out n 't possible bj the Santi rain colder. H xsr get cold enough to change the ruin Too left to C. H. H. 0. J. H. Edwards. J. Adam Thomas A. Scott Lower Jay E. E. J. Asa H. J. B. H. Myers. W. 4. Thtmai. in tho he v his visit a n.'.mher of to aad it may preparations not. children's Christmas party T yfndeanj cl'tn .fhich tn t. Mcn'lav afternoon Despite bad weather j Santa Claus aids were Friday uad ..id. i'h Snu- on AI least to Silica itist' non will continue Saturday. In the families msu.-lns for 'hem big j stores were slxopperd j Curistiwas dinner.   

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